Creole Nature Trail All-American Road

  • Start: Lake Charles, LA
  • End: Lake Charles, LA
  • Last Modified: 2012-01-24 20:19:00
  • Total Mileage: 180 Miles
  • Number of stops: 28


Known as Louisiana's Outback, the Creole Nature Trail meanders through marshes, prairies, and along the Gulf of Mexico. As you loop through Calcasieu and Cameron parishes in Southwest Louisiana, view alligators and birds up close and in the wild, along with colorful wildflowers and rare cheniers shaped by salty winds.

Stop #2:

Brimstone Museum Complex
Sulphur, LA

Stop #3:

Intracoastal Park
Sulphur, LA

Stop #4:

Hackberry, LA

Stop #5:

Brown's Grocery
Hackberry, LA

Stop #6:

Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
Hackberry, LA

Stop #7:

Hog Island Gully Recreation Area
Hackberry, LA

Stop #8:

Blue Goose Trail
Hackberry, LA

Stop #9:

Wetland Walkway
Hackberry, LA

Stop #10:

Holly Beach
Hackberry, LA

Stop #12:

Sabine Pass Lighthouse
Cameron, LA

Stop #13:

Calcasieu Ship Channel/Cameron Ferry
Cameron, LA

Stop #14:

Cameron Courthouse
Cameron, LA

Stop #16:

Rutherford Beach
Creola, LA

Stop #17:

Airboat Rides & Alligators
Oak Grove, LA

Stop #18:

Grand Chenier
Cameron, LA

Stop #19:

Price Lake Nature Drive
Cameron, LA

Stop #20:

Rockefeller Refuge
Cameron, LA

Stop #21:

Cameron, LA

Stop #22:

Conway Lebleu Memorial Bridge
Cameron, LA

Stop #23:

Pintail Wildlife Drive & Boardwalk
Cameron, LA

Stop #25:

Calcasieu Lake (Big Lake)
Cameron, LA

Stop #26:

Lacassine Wildlife Drive/Lacassine Pool
Lake Arthur, LA

Stop #27:

Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge
Lake Arthur, LA

Stop #28:

Lake Charles
Lake Charles, LA

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